Pat Buchanan on the Effects of Mass Immigration on the Virginia Election— The Columbia Bugle ?? (@ColumbiaBugle) November 10, 2019
“Demography is Destiny” pic.twitter.com/vd9ZxJxCHl
So funny to see journos call Fox racist for stating the same talking points they giddily reported for years about demographic changes helping Dems. pic.twitter.com/1UJnq3p4iK— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) November 7, 2019
"The Democratic Party is the strong horse here. Their ideas are wrong-headed, frequently crazy, but they pursue political victory with vigor and conviction.— VDARE (@vdare) November 10, 2019
The Republicans are the weak horse."https://t.co/4XoyxSnSHd
The NYT are claiming demographic change impacts elections.— Jaden McNeil (@McNeilJaden) November 10, 2019
They must've never heard of TPUSA leadership summits + the Blexit and Lexit movements. ?https://t.co/C2tqO2rOBI
The Left: "Laura Ingraham saying the Democrats won Virginia because of changing demographics is raaacist!"— US Revolt (@USRevolt1776) November 10, 2019
Also the Left: "Democrats won Virginia because of changing demographics."https://t.co/GC3ZzbcwAW pic.twitter.com/U08A19E7hC
The New York Times has a new article this morning about the Blue Dominion which pretty much admits that everything we have been saying for 20 years is true.
“SOUTH RIDING, Va. — Not long ago, this rolling green stretch of Northern Virginia was farmland. Most people who could vote had grown up here. And when they did, they usually chose Republicans.
The fields of Loudoun County are disappearing. In their place is row upon row of cookie-cutter townhouses, clipped lawns and cul-de-sacs — a suburban landscape for as far as the eye can see. Unlike three decades ago, the residents are often from other places, like India and Korea. And when they vote, it is often for Democrats.
“Guns, that is the most pressing issue for me,” said Vijay Katkuri, 38, a software engineer from southern India, explaining why he voted for a Democratic challenger in Tuesday’s elections. He was shopping for chicken at the Indian Spice Food Market. “There are lots of other issues, but you can only fix them if you are alive.”
It was a stunning political realignment for a southern state, and prompted days of prognosticating about President Trump’s own standing with suburban voters nationally in 2020. But while political leaders come and go, the deeper, more lasting force at work is demographics.
Once the heart of the confederacy, Virginia is now the land of Indian grocery stores, Korean churches and Diwali festivals. The state population has boomed — up by 38 percent since 1990, with the biggest growth in densely settled suburban areas like South Riding. One in 10 people eligible to vote in the state were born outside the United States, up from one in 28 in 1990. It is also significantly less white. In 1990, the census tracts that make up Mr. Katkuri’s Senate district were home to about 35,000 people — 91 percent of them white. Today, its population of 225,000 is just 64 percent white. …”
Oh … I was told diversity is our strength?
Oh … I thought these people were natural conservatives?
Oh … I thought the triumph of every new suburban housing development was a victory for GDP?
Oh … I thought the Great Replacement was just an insane White Nationalist conspiracy theory?
Oh … I thought race, ethnicity and culture doesn’t matter because only “the individual” is what matters because human beings are interchangeable units. These new immigrants have group loyalities? Have they even read Ayn Rand and Friedrich Hayek? That’s collectivism.
We shouldn’t be in the least bit surprised by what has happened to California and Virginia and doubtlessly Texas and other states which will follow in the 2020s. This is the fruit of the Center Right and conservative liberalism which for the past 50 years has done everything in its power to suppress the Far Right and anyone who told the truth about what was happening to this country. As a result, the whole country is demographically slipping away from the GOP. The Democrats have been changing the electorate to displace the natives to win elections.
“While a tough pill to swallow sometimes, especially for right-wingers who are almost constitutionally pre-disposed to checking the underside of buttered toast for conspiracies, this seems mostly true. The experts are just the experts, and they are annoying but mostly harmless when they do things like organize the local vegan insomniacs to sit-in around a butcher’s shop and shout “MEAT IS MURDER.” When they are appointed as “special master” by Federal Courts to re-draw the electoral map of a state on the other side of the country from where they work, it is hard not to raise an eyebrow. …”
Fulwar Skipworth has an excellent article at Identity Dixie about how the Virginia electorate was rigged by a federal court to elect a new Democratic majority. By the ridiculous rules of the mainstream Right, we can’t even frankly discuss why this happened even though it was done in plain sight and is now openly boasted about in The New York Times.
“Southern conservatives were disenfranchised earlier this week in Virginia. The Commonwealth of Virginia is lost to the carpetbaggers and leftists forever, and the remaining Southern states are sure to follow. In a supposed “Blue Wave,” the Democrats took the entirety of the Virginia General Assembly, although with narrow margins. The narrative is that these are conservative suburban soccer moms who revolted against Donald Trump. In actuality, this was a hostile takeover spearheaded by the “Coonman” Ralph Northam and the left-leaning courts.
Rewind to Valentines Day, 2019. A federal court wrote a love letter in the form of written approval for the redrawing of Virginia’s House of Delegates map. The Eastern District Court of Virginia had ruled that the districts were gerrymandered in such a way to disenfranchise minority voters, so they appointed a “totally impartial” expert, Bernard Grofman from the University of California, to redraw the map. The Court forced the Commonwealth to adopt Grofman’s scheme and was blessed by a left-sympathizing federal judge. …”
I’m not blackpilled about this.
I wasn’t even following the Virginia state elections.
We had no stake in this race because we are marginalized by Republicans.
In the long run, it was necessary for this to happen in order to discredit conservative liberalism, which is far more important than losing a single election in a single state. It is the delusional, cavalier mindset on the mainstream Right about race and changing demographics which has allowed this catastrophe to repeat itself in Virginia after it happened to California and which is why zero resistance was mounted to it for the past several decades. Before we can even begin to turn the tide against this, we first have to dismantle Conservatism, Inc. and replace it with a Right that is explicitly committed to conserving the White Christian majority.